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"For all who call on the name of the Lord will be saved." Rom 10: 13
Reading of the Day

"‘If I testify about myself, my testimony is not true. There is another who testifies on my behalf, and I know that his testimony to me is true. You sent messengers to John, and he testified to the truth. Not that I accept such human testimony, but I say these things so that you may be saved. He was a burning and shining lamp, and you were willing to rejoice for a while in his light. But I have a testimony greater than John’s. The works that the Father has given me to complete, the very works that I am doing, testify on my behalf that the Father has sent me." Jn 5: 31-36
Saint of the Day
Blessed John the Discalced
Franciscan Friar

Blessed John the Discalced was born near Quimper in France. In his youth he was a laborer; he made and erected crosses, built bridges and arches. Works useful for the glory of God or the welfare of his neighbor were the ones most agreeable to him. However, God was calling him higher, and by perseverance he succeeded in studying to receive the priesthood, despite the opposition and mockery of an artisan from whom he had learned his trade, one of his relatives.

From that moment on his life was very austere; he fasted three times a week on bread and water, visited the poor and the sick, and became the object of universal veneration. For thirteen years he served as a parish priest in his diocese, and never did he take a horse for his parish visits, but walked barefoot; hence his name, the Discalced or unshod. His very frugal life might have permitted him to set money aside, but the indigent received all that was not strictly necessary for him, and sometimes that as well.

Archbishop Follo: The Joy of an Encounter

December 14, 2018. With the wish to understand that to love is a virtue, to be loved by God is happiness.

Special: 2nd Advent Sermon From Fr. Cantalamessa

December 14, 2018. ‘The Living God and the Living Trinity’

Archbishop Auza: Faith Groups Foster Culture of Encounter, Solidarity, Brotherhood

December 14, 2018. ‘Human Rights and Conflict Transformation: The Role of Faith-Inspired Organizations’

Pope on Cathedral Shooting: May Hope Not Fail Us in This Time of Trial

December 13, 2018. ‘In this moment of grief, the Holy Father invites all to find comfort & strength in Jesus resurrected, praying to God that hope will not grow faint in this hour of trial’

‘It Is Essential That Respect for Human Dignity & Rights Inspire & Direct Every Effort,’ Pope Tells Ambassadors

December 13, 2018. Tells 10 Ambassadors How Church Wishes to Help, Engage in Constructive Dialogue

‘The Earth Must Be Treated With Tenderness,’ Says Pope Francis

December 13, 2018. Holy Father Sends Message to participants in the Study Day on Water organized by the FAO in Madrid

Archbishop Auza Cites Work of Group Promoting Peace

December 12, 2018. ‘Leaders for Peace: Rondine Youth Appeal for Human Rights’

Pope’s Morning Homily: The Lord Knocks at the Door with Caresses

December 11, 2018. During Mass, Francis Says Do Not Resist Consolation, Condemns ‘Spiritual Pessimism’

Pope’s Appeal: Human Rights Must Be at Center, Do Not Fear Going Against the Grain

December 10, 2018. In Message to International Conference, Pontiff Calls on those with Institutional Responsibilities

Holy Father’s Remarks at the Spanish Steps on Feast of the Immaculate Conception

December 08, 2018. ‘We Want to Thank you for the Maternal Care with Which you Accompany our Journey’

Myanmar: Message of Cardinal Bo on Feast of Immaculate Conception

December 08, 2018. Catholics Rejoice in Every Feast of Our Lady

Archbishop Follo: Feast of the Immaculate Conception and Second Sunday of Advent

December 07, 2018. With the invitation to receive the Word of God as the Virgin Mary received Him, by giving Him flesh.

Papal Preacher: ‘God is and that Suffices’

December 07, 2018. First Advent Sermon of Father Cantalamessa

The Christian Life is Concrete, Says Pope Francis in Morning Homily

December 06, 2018. Build on the Truth, Not on Appearances

Vatican and Partners Launch International Observatory on the Family

December 06, 2018. Initiative Proposed by the Pontifical John Paul II Theological Institute for Marriage and Family Sciences

Feast of the Immaculate Conception: the Pope’s Traditional Prayer at the Foot of the Statue of the Virgin in Rome

December 05, 2018. Romans’ Homages to the Statue of Mignanelli Square

Pope Urges Prayer During Advent

December 05, 2018. ‘Lord, Teach me to Pray’

General Audience: Pope Begins News Series of Catecheses on the ‘Our Father’

December 05, 2018. The Essential Point: Jesus Prayed

Pope at Mass: Advent Is a Time of Pacification

December 04, 2018. If We Did Not Slander Others, Peace Would Advance, says Pope at Saint Martha’s

Pope’s December Prayer Intention: Evangelization: In the Service of the Transmission of Faith

December 03, 2018. That people, who are involved in the service and transmission of faith, may find, in their dialogue with culture, a language suited to the conditions of the present time.